|Education:||Willamette University College of Law|
Artour Safarian holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and attended Seattle University School of Law on an academic scholarship. He graduated law school cum laude and holds a license to practice law in good standing with the Supreme Court of the State of Washington. Art has never been disciplined by the Washington State Bar Association.
Prior to becoming a tax negotiation professional for Fortress, Art managed his own law practice focusing on business and securities law. While attending law school, Art honed his legal skills by externing for the Western District of Washington in Tacoma and interning for Amazon Web Services’ Legal team. Before Art pursued his legal career, he worked for over a decade in the financial and securities industry helping individuals and business owners resolve their financial issues. Art’s background in business, finance, law, and advocacy make him particularly well-suited to efficiently and effectively resolve back tax issues.
Art enjoys spending time outdoors and with his family.
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If you have accrued a tax liability and think that an IRS collection representative will cheerfully explain how to best go about resolving your tax debt, think again. The IRS does a terrible job of